Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Data Recovery

Pretty much everyone ends up in the same situation. You clean out your computer of old files, delete, remove programs. A few days later, or even a few weeks later, you are looking for a file that you desperately need and realize that maybe you got rid of it when cleaning out your computer that other day.
Don't panic! Any files you deleted may still be sitting in your recycle bin. I have learned a hard lesson and not delete my recycle bin files too quickly. But "Oh, no!" you did delete the files in your recycle bin, what now?
Have no fear. You can get a good undelete program to recover files that have been deleted from the recycle bin on your computer. You do not physically see the file and is not shown in any folder but it is there on some unused disk space. Go get a good undelete program Data Recovery Tool.
First of all, try to recover your files as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the more chance windows will overwrite those files. Windows will put those deleted files on empty disk drive space and avoid using hard drive space that has recently been freed.
Secondly, do not install any programs or write files to the disk you want to recover as there is a good chance those files could be overwritten, depending on the amount of hard disk space you have remaining. Do not take any chances.
Finally, search in google for a good undelete program under, "free data recovery" or "recovery freeware." Most data recovery tools are free and easy to download. A quick registration and simple step by step directions will show you through the process.

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